Local and international experts present research on learning and educational innovation at the faculty every Wednesday at lunchtime
27 August 20154–6pm
How to feel more in control of the process of doing your PhD.
2 September 20154–6pm
The benefits of using multilevel modelling to analyse research findings in education and other humanities.
5 September 20158.30am–5pm
This annual event provides a forum for discussing and sharing research in the area of TESOL, as well as exploring possible future research collaborations.
9 September 201511am–2.30pm
A Research on Learning and Education Innovation seminar with Professor John Sweller, who will outline the use and utility of cognitive load theory.
10 September 20154–6pm
Qualitative and quantitative research methods: methods for researching with children and young people
Exploring a range of student-friendly inquiry methods and their associated ethical challenges.
15 September 20154–6pm
Introduction to questionnaire development
This seminar is part 1 of a four-part workshop.
22 September 20154–6pm
Developing your own questionnaire
This seminar is part 2 of a four-part workshop.
6 October 20154–6pm
Introduction to SPSS and basic statistics
This computer lab is part 3 of a four-part workshop.
8 October 20154–6pm
A practical workshop offering guidance on how to – and how not to – conduct a peer review.
13 October 20154–6pm
Introduction to inferential statistics for questionnaire data
This computer lab is the final part of a four-part workshop.
15 October 20154–6pm
How can the theory of 'thinking as a social activity' make it easier to investigate students' motivation?
22 October 20154–6pm
How to apply the thinking of the pre-eminent social theorist in recent decades to improve your research methodology.
5 November 20154–6pm
An interactive workshop using participants' own research findings to create dynamic presentations.
12 November 20154–6pm
What are the pros and cons of different approaches to analysing publicly available documentary evidence?